Things to see and do - Wexford
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Wexford Travel guide
Wexford : Michelin's recommendations
Wexford is the county town and commercial centre of the south-east of the country. It is a quite ancient town - its original charter was granted in 1317 - and is situated on the south bank of the River Slaney where it drains into Wexford Harbour. The historic centre is a maze of narrow streets and alleys. The town has a lively cultural tradition and is known internationally for an annual opera festival.
Tourist attractions Wexford : Things to see and do
Johnstown Castle IRL - Murntown
Johnstown Estate was donated to the Irish State in 1945. The castle (not open), designed by Daniel Robertson, is now an agricultural research centre. The 20-ha pleasure park has more than 200 tree and bush species, three ornamental lakes and walled g..
Rowe-St.-Lower IRL - Wexford
The Anglican church stands on a site devoted to Christian worship for almost 1500 years, originally by the water's edge. The present church was built in 1760 in Georgian style, with an Ionic reredos and two Corinthian columns screening the sanctuary ..
Main St. IRL - Wexford
The principal shopping street in Wexford is mainly a pedestrian street, so narrow that from either side the shops and houses - fronted with the area's typical grey slate - almost seem to touch . Many boutiques have kept the traditional appearance of ..
The Bridge IRL - Wexford
With magnificent views of The River Slaney, The Riverbank Hotel features an elegant restaurant and popular bar. There is free parking and free Wi-Fi, just minutes from the sandy beaches of Wexford. The stylish rooms are classically decorated with lu..
On The Quay IRL - Wexford .
Prix Prices from : 75 €
Overlooking Wexford Harbour, the Talbot Hotel features local art and an indoor swimming pool and spa bath. Free parking is available on site and Wexford Golf Club is just a 5-minute drive away. Fresh, local produce is served in the Oyster Lane Resta..
Abbey Street IRL - Wexford
In Wexford town centre, Whites is a bright and modern hotel with the Tranquility Spa & Leisure Centre. It has luxury rooms and free Wi-Fi in the foyer. Reduced overnight car parking rates are available for hotel residents. Whites is opposite Wexford..
IRL - Duncannon
New-build house run by cheery owners. The constantly evolving menu offers tasty homemade bread and veg from the kitchen garden. The focus is on good value fish and shellfish - the owner's father is a local fisherman - with some Asian and fusion influ..
IRL - Ros Láir
Bistro-style restaurant located within a large beachfront hotel, boasting an open-kitchen and glass-fronted wine cellar. A large zinc-topped bar from France takes centre stage, while the menu offers a selection of tasty brasserie classics.
The Still IRL - Enniscorthy / Inis Córthaidh
Selskar IRL - Loch Garman / Wexford
Light, airy bistro with a deli and patisserie selling cheese, charcuterie, pastries and breads. Salads and platters at lunch; flavoursome modern dishes at dinner. Well-priced French wines fill the shelves: choose from over 1,300!
IRL - Ros Láir
Abbey St IRL - Loch Garman / Wexford
Ferrycarrig IRL - Loch Garman